Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is a non-profit organization that provides refuge for orphaned, injured and ill animals; cares for animals that cannot survive on their own in the wild; and educates visitors about Alaska’s wildlife.
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About 35-40 miles south of Anchorage. Great day trip, near Portage Glacier and Alyeska.
View of Alaska's big fauna in a spacious enclosures that approximate the animals natural habitat (not cages, like a zoo)
If you are about to leave and still have not seen many wildlife, here you can have a pic.
(By Alaska's finest tours and cruises for $89). You can board your turn again arm shuttle for a guided drive along Alaska's most scenic highway.
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“This is an immersive way to learn about the native people of Alaska and is only 7 miles from the I Street Cottage!”
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“11 blocks from bnb. Great native art collection, contemporary exhibits & planetarium shows. Visit the museum coffee shop or Muse restaurant for lunch & dinner...food by local renowned chef. A little pricy, but excellent food and great atmosphere.”
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“Great selection of local fare and craft beers, great lunch and dinner! My favorite restaurant in Alaska! ”
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